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... 12th century. Its name referred to its location which is by a dam built across the Amstel River. The dam was built sometime before 1275 by the lord of Amstel to protect his castle from being flooded.
It became one of the most important ports in the world during the Dutch Golden Age, a result of its innovative developments in trade. And the 17th Century Canals of Amsterdam , located in the heart of Amsterdam, were added to the UNESCO World ...
... Got our key to our room. Dropped our bags. The apartment was small, modern, and clean. Adam and I had a room with a giant comfortable bed and a house host that was tall as he was friendly. The fridge was disguised as a cupboard. There was a tiny clothes washing machine hidden below the sink. There was a Nespresso machine in the wall! And much like all over Europe, the toilet had a big button and a little one. I realize to some of you this is insanely ...
... in front of the Palace so we spent the morning hanging out at the festival at park in front of the palace while waiting for the Tour to depart. And once again, in a split second the cyclists were gone.
That was the last time we saw the Tour, we were not able to follow the actual itinerary. Instead we spent the next few days in Paris exploring this enchanting and romantic city. Our hotel was about 20 minutes walking distance to the ...
... the beginning of my post, Amsterdam is known for pushing the envelope and allowing various activities deemed inappropriate in other countries. Of these are the coffee shops-( not to be confused with a cafe0. Coffee shops are legalized places with menus of various baked goods and spliffs, spiked with marijuana and hashish. The content varies in strength in each of the varieties. Be sure if you have never experienced marijauna or hash brownies, to ...
... over to my gate, which itself took over an hour because there's so many people everywhere!
Amsterdam Schipol (name of the airport) is one of the biggest hubs for international travel in Europe so many different people speaking all different languages were everywhere! Happy I know english, as most Dutch people at the airport speak it, otherwise I would have been screwed haha. I took a couple ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Sander Amsterdam
Good location - just outside the centre of Amsterdam and about 5 minutes walk from the museum district.
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